Welcome to Moor Park Primary School and Nursery
Our mission statement is at the core of our philosophy and we are committed to maintaining and developing our family ethos.
‘Moor Park Primary is a Happy, Caring School Where Everyone Matters and is Encouraged and Challenged to be the Best they can Be.’
Moor Park was built in 1952 to accommodate the post war ‘baby boom.’ Since then it has been extended and modernised in stages. In 2005 the Infants and Juniors amalgamated, a Nursery was built and we became Moor Park Primary School, providing education for children from 3-11 years of age.
We believe that the primary years lay the foundation for all that is to follow, so it is most important that positive attitudes to learning are formed and nurtured. We want our children to enjoy all aspects of their primary school years. Our staff and governors are dedicated to providing the children with a high quality education. We offer a broad and balanced curriculum which focuses on developing skills and knowledge, meets individual needs no matter how diverse and which prepares children for their future. This curriculum is enriched by wider opportunities providing children with the chance to excel in other areas such as music and sport.
We want to encourage the children to be risk takers, be brave in their learning, meet their challenges and not be afraid to try. We aim for the children to leave us at age 11 being successful learners and confident young people with high self-esteem. We believe if we have helped the children to develop their self-esteem, they will grow up to be resilient and meet all life’s challenges head on.
The safety and well-being of the children in all areas is of prime concern to us. This includes their physical safety and health as well as their emotional stability, spirituality and happiness as we prepare them to be successful and active members of society.
Moor Park is a successful family made up of children, staff, parents and governors and we work hard as a team to provide an environment where everybody is treated equally and with respect, regardless of similarities and differences.
Mrs J L Magson (Headteacher)